As some of you might remember I am running Ubuntu on my netbook (see here, here and here). One of the few disadvantages is that natively, only few 3G sticks were supported in Ubuntu 9.04 Jaunty, which I installed last year. Only one of four USB sticks I tried was supported at the time. But now with Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid, all those four sticks I tried (three from Huawei, one from ZTE) are supported without any additional drivers. Also, the PIN entry works flawlessly now so it looks like in the past 12 months, they've quite done some work on their wireless broadband implementation. Well done, thanks!